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21. A Gift from the Sky - A few highlights from a trip to Palometa Club in Ascension Bay, Yucatan, Mexico from late March 2014, during the countdown to the 1000th permit landed on fly since the Lodge opened. Special Thanks to: Paul Puckett (Flood Tide Co.) for hosting the trip and with help filming, anyone who picked up a camera and helped capture the moment when things heated up (other anglers & guides included), and to Joe Seelig for submitting his footage and a big congrats on catching #1000 a couple days after we left. Dick and Kaye Cameron are very hospitable lodge hosts and Tailwaters Fly Fishing will handle all the preparation to get you there and back. If you want to target permit on fly, this is the place to do it! Looking forward to the next trip and hope to see you there. More footage to be edited and released in the fall, stay tuned! -RG - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... A Gift from the Sky - A few highlights from a trip to Palometa Club in Ascension Bay, Yucatan, Mexico from late March 2014, during the countdown to t... ...video Highest rated Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About A Gift from the Sky M... ...ee how it's tied here A few highlights from a trip to Palometa Club in Ascension Bay, Yucatan, Mexico from late March 2014, during the countdown to th... ...: 6 2 votes More videos with permit saltwater tropical Videos from the same day Big Ben's Brown... Big Ben's Brown Bugger is a great stillwater patter...

22. Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks! Radical reef fly fishing. - A shark odyssey. - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks! Radical reef fly fishing. Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks!

23. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...ouses. Lamiglas This past season, I had the pleasure of fishing rods built from two blanks from Lamiglas, the XMG50 and the Blue Ridge . These two bla... ...hris Mann has worked his way through yet another pile of flies sent to him from all over the world. And Chris Mann has done it again ... ... Joergensen got the chance to play with four great and very different rods from ECHO, Harvest, Partridge and Scierra. All are light stream rod... ...bamboo and the title of this DVD, which takes you on a fascinating journey from east to...

24. Fishing Tuscany - The Italian Job - Pizza, pasta and pure fishing - Global FlyFisher

...about letting you escape for one day. They may even feel relieved! Firenze from a birds view Silas Mühlbach Flags Kasper Mühlbach Green mark... ...t a tradition. The Drive At the same time, a person -- Moreno from Lucca -- was searching the internet to see, what was written about fishing in the a... ...hecks, so I would borrow one from Moreno. It was hot even though it was just around 6 am. 32 ºC or about 90 deg. F. I had plenty of time and slowly ma... ...pected in a way, a trout came from nowhere and took the fly. I could hear Gianni fighting his third, while I landed my first Italian brownie. Not a tr...

25. Bastard Crab - I call this fly the Bastard Crab because it is my bastardization of a great pattern I picked up from Greg Vincent, who runs H2O Bonefishing on Grand Bahama Island. Greg is a fantastic fly tyer, and ties some productive and great looking flies. I used one of his crab patterns on a trip there in June 2008, and came home and tied my version from memory, with a little bit of a pesonal twist - not as nice a fly as Greg's, but the bastardized version is also very effective. I've caught bonefish, redfish, and tripletail on this pattern so far. I've also seen this type of pattern showing up in numerous other spots, suggesting it is widely effective. This pattern is a variation of the famous Del Brown Merkin crab pattern. I use Puglisi fibers for the body instead of yarn. There is no hackle for claws, only marabou, and the numerous (6 legs for size 2, 5 for size 4) legs are tied in on the hook side of the shank to that they stand up from the fly rather than splay out. The fly does not have to be stripped, the legs and marabou provide plenty of action to a falling or resting fly. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...astard Crab because it is my bastardization of a great pattern I picked up from Greg Vincent, who runs H2O Bonefishing on Grand Bahama Island. Greg is... ...b patterns on a trip there in June 2008, and came home and tied my version from memory, with a little bit of a... ...ize 4 legs are tied in on the hook side of the shank to that they stand up from the fly rather than splay out. The... ...astard Crab because it is my bastardization of a great pattern I picked up from Greg Vincent, who runs H2O Bone...

26. GFF might have ads! - We're breaking the oath that we have sworn so many times. GFF needs money and might soon start having ads. - Global FlyFisher

...ave been growing, and even though it's not breaking the bank or keeping me from paying my bills, it's quite a lot of money to pay. Somew... ...oing something along the lines of hosting our own fly-fishing relevant ads from advertisers who want access to our large and premium audience /yes, th... ...if you can turn them off? - Are we selling out? We want to hear from you. Add your comments below , and if you're a potential advertiser, feel free to... ...red with hundreds of other sites. We simply eat disk space, memory and CPU from everybody else, and will have the hosting compan...

27. Turning Tail - Throughout the east coast of North America, from Long Island Sound to the northern most point of Labrador if you look closely, you will find the chrome beauty known as Salmo Salar. The Atlantic salmon is arguably the holy grail of freshwater angling, a cultural icon and a great indicator of the effect of man's troubled history with his natural environment. This journey explores the outer most reaches from the wilds of Labrador, the Gaspe Bay Peninsula and New Brunswick to the inner workings of hatcheries and fish traps. From the rich sporting heritage to the mystery while at sea, this film will take you on an exploration of a lifetime, well beyond the leap. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Turning Tail - Throughout the east coast of North America, from Long Island Sound to the northern most point of Labrador if you look closely, you wil... ...res the outer most reaches from the wilds of Labrador, the Gaspe Bay Peninsula and New Brunswick to the inner workings of hatcheries and fish traps. F... ... North America, from Long Island Sound to the northern most point of Labrador if you look closely, you will find the chrome beauty known as Salmo Sala... ...with his natural environment. This journey explores the outer most reaches from the wilds of Labrad...

28. And on into Spring... - I collected a lot of footage over the past month. I wanted to wait to make another video (people seem to be watching them, thanks!) until I had at least one large brown trout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game. My streamer technique really improved due to this. In a last-ditch effort to get one large brown, I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I went to the MO, got skunked, lost an oar stop and snapped my eight weight. I was much more upset about the skunking. I didn't let it get to me, though, and my plan for the next trip was to just enjoy myself. I had only my six weight with me, and it was quite nice to have one rod and one mindset: just catch a fish. The wind picked up as soon as I hit the Lower Madison, and the water was muddy. It took me a while to realize that the fish are still not in fast water (despite its depth) but with the mud they seemed to be perfectly happy in shallow frog water. My first strike of the day was a rod's length in front of me and a 20 inch brown to boot. Before twenty four hours were up, I had two more, each bigger than the last. The next day I sped to the Upper, was the first to hit the water and jammed a sandwich down my throat as I approached a favorite run (I was too excited to fish to cook breakfast, so I ate my lunch). I like to make a few practice casts before hitting the main run. I remember being ready: I ate my sandwich; I marveled at the clear water; I slowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of a sudden a twenty-three inch brown trout is three feet in the air, looking buttery in the sun. It was all I could do to keep him out of the fast water. He had two of some fisherman's nymphs in him, which I was happy to extract--sucks to be that guy! Later that day, around five thirty, I got another one. At this point I just stopped fishing. I regret this, because those days are so rare, but I really felt like I was being greedy at the time. I went to my truck and cooked my neglected breakfast for dinner. How's that for a life lesson? (Take failure in stride, and prepare for rewarded patience and dedication). Thanks, fishing! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...rout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game. My streamer tech... ...lowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of a sudden a t... ...rown trout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game. My streame... ...ar water; I slowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of...

29. Sea Trout Secrets 5 Spin fishing - Spin fishing, but with some amazing underwater footage. Release medio April 2014. Trailer from a DVD from http://www.wideopen.dk Thomas Hansen shares tips, tricks and brand new techniques, both with bombarda and fly, and traditional lures. The underwater recordings in this are the best we have ever made. Numerous clips show the sea trout in their natural habitat. With new camera technology we are up close and see how the sea trout react to our lures. Thomas tells about his top trimmed fishing boat and shares tips and techniques on how to fish from the boat. The movie is packed with new tips and tricks, plenty of fishing action and fantastic underwater recordings which provide new knowledge about the sea trout's behavior. http://www.wideopen.dk - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ut with some amazing underwater footage. Release medio April 2014. Trailer from a DVD from http://www.wideopen.dk Thomas Hansen shares tips, t... ...his top trimmed fishing boat and shares tips and techniques on how to fish from the... ...ut with some amazing underwater footage. Release medio April 2014. Trailer from a DV... ...D from http://www.wideopen.dk Thomas Hansen shares tips, tricks and brand new techniques, both with bombarda and fly, and traditional lures. The under...

30. Bones and GT's - Lured (pun intended) by the promise of uncrowded waves I spent a week on Christmas Island (Kiritimati) ... one of several in the small island chain of Republic of Kiribati. Instead of waves I found bonefishing meca, a fact apparently known by the well geared flyfishing 'tribe'. 'Tribe' is the communal word that I often use to describe the world of surfers, but it fits equally well in the sphere of fly fishing enthusiasts. Like surfers, they are a well traveled, animated bunch and are dead serious about their addiction. They often speak of their pursuits in a language foreign to those outside their tribe (bones = bonefish, gt = giant trevally) and spend hours at the end of the day meticulously re-enacting the triumphs of the day (usually over numerous cold beers). Like the height of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught seems to increase with each subsequent retelling of the story ... an infectious tribal practice I can totally identify with. Like surfers, fly fisherman travel well equipped with full quiver ... better to bring too much than not enough. Exterior wear is critical ... the buff to fly fishing is the equivalent to the leash to surfing - better bring several just in case! Christmas Island is a short 3 hour flight from Honolulu. Google Earth will help one appreciate the uniqueness of this coral atoll and massive interior lagoon. Its jaw dropping beauty (a serious compliment from one that resides on Kauai) will hypnotize visitors as they get the sunburn of their life. The Kiribati are a photogenic people, full of smiles and seem to be quite comfortable living only a melted ice cap away from sea level. They share their island paradise with fairy terns, boobies and sweetlips (I won't explain!) Although disappointed about the lack of waves, in retrospect I felt content having been exposed to a new a paradise and new tribe - more universally, new friends that share the common passion of adventure travel. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... bring several just in case! Christmas Island is a short 3 hour flight from Honolulu. Google Earth will help one appreciate the uniqueness of this cor... ...ping beauty a serious compliment from one that resides on Kauai will hypnotize visitors as they get the sunburn of their life. The Kiribati are a phot... ... comfortable living only a melted ice cap away from sea level. They share their island paradise with fairy terns, boobies and sweetlips I won't explai... ... several just in case! Christmas Island is a short 3 hour flight from Honolulu. Google Earth will help one appreciate the uniqueness of this coral ato...

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